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InfoLinks, The Library Catalog

InfoLinks provides information on materials owned by our libraries. You may do author, title, keyword or subject searches to
locate individual music titles. The paper collections (e.g., scores, books) are classified using the Library of Congress
classification. This classification scheme allows for like materials to be shelved next to each other. If you would like to browse
the collections to see what we have, the following call number areas may be of interest:

              Horn solos     M 80-M 84                            Horn techniques               MT 420-MT 448
              Horn and piano M 255-M 259                          Horn and orchestra            M 1028-M 1029

Recordings are listed in our catalog using a local numbering system. To locate specific recordings, you may search by
composer, performer or composition title.

In searching subject headings, the French horn is referred to as simply “horn.” Therefore, a subject heading you may use is
“horn and piano music.”

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries

Oxford Music Online (available at http://libinfo.uark.edu/eresources/help.asp?TitleCode=OxfordMusic)
    This site includes a number of encyclopedias and dictionaries: Grove Online - New Grove Dictionary of Music and
    Musicians (also in print at MEDIA REF ML100.N48 2001), New Grove Dictionary of Opera, and New Grove Dictionary of
    Jazz – The Encyclopedia of Popular Music, and the Oxford Dictionary of Music. These materials represent the most
    important English-language encyclopedias of music containing information on people and places, musical styles and
    instruments, and compositions and periods. Bibliographies are included for further study.

Terminorum mucicae index septem linguis redactus (MEDIA REF ML 108.T4 1980)
    Don’t be put off by the name. This is a handy dictionary of musical terminology which translates and defines musical
    terms in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Hungarian and Russian. For more detailed definitions, look at the
    other music dictionaries shelved in MEDIA REF ML 108.

Journal Indexes and Recordings Online

The Libraries subscribe to several music journal indexes as well as to two classical music streaming services. Please look at the
Libraries’ website for more details on the following:

              International Index to Music Periodicals
              RILM: Abstracts of Music Literature / RIPM International Index to Nineteenth-Century Music Periodicals
              Classical Music Library
              Naxos Music Library

Repertoire

Horn Bibliographie (MEDIA-REF ML 128 .H67 B8)
Music for Three Brasses (MEDIA-REF ML 128.W5 D4)
Brass Music for the Church (MEDIA –REF ML 128.W5 D43)
Brass Bibliography (MEDIA-REF ML128.W5 F3 1990)
Literature of the Woodwind Quintet (MEDIA – REF ML 128 .C4P5)

Internet Site

International Horn Society - http://www.hornsociety.org/

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